2008 © Catherine Yass
Catherine Yass speaks about the dream of walking in the air and about falling.
– See also Catherine Yass, HASENHERZ.
– See also Descent and High Wire.
HASENHERZ-Screening with Catherine Yass at On the Borders of the Unknown, April 25, 2015.
It’s always the same: the point is that on the one hand we are in danger of burning up, of evaporating, of going too fast, of dissolving, and on the other hand we are in danger of freezing, rigidifying, of becoming mummified and unable to move. Dizziness contains within it both extremes.
Why do we fall sir? So that we can learn to pick ourselves up.
Ruth Anderwald + Leonhard Grond take Dizziness–A Resource to the classroom.
Five arts-based research projcets taking place at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna will be presented and discussed. Kerstin Mey from University of Westminster and member of the Austria Science Board will give the keynote at the end of the day.
Mark Toscano presents and discusses Gunvar Nelson's film 'Frame Line'.